I posted all about Bill O'Reilly's sandbagging of JetBlue to attack YearlyKos last week..William the Bloody Kristol followed the FOX/Neocon script and assaulted YKos on FNS...Kristol, one of PNAC's elite war machine propagandists---isn't following the polls, the will of the country, or the '06 election results. Necons have been rejected by the US and are dust in the wind except in the mind of Bush/Cheney....The Kristol's remain as a blotch in our society that buzz around annoyingly to promote their brand of death and destruction.
As Think Progress says:
NPR’s Juan Williams points out, what Kristol describes “as left is now center.” “The majority of the American people, 70 percent, want us out of Iraq,” noted Williams. “In fact, if you asked Iraqis, 60 some percent of Iraqis say we’re doing more harm than good in Iraq.” In a survey conducted by Pew Internet and American Life after the 2006 mid-term election, “online political activists” were said to “mirror the general population of those who are civically active.” Like the progressive blogosphere, a solid majority of Americans believe President Bush should not have commuted the sentence of his former aide, Scooter Libby.
The attendees of the YearlyKos convention haven’t “gone left.” Kristol just doesn’t understand how radically right wing he is.
KRISTOL: Every Democratic presidential nominee is going to the DailyKos convention. That’s the left-wing blogger who was not respectable three or four years ago. The Howard Dean kind of sponsor. Now the whole party is going to pay court to him and to left wing blogs. Not a single one is going to the Democratic Leadership Council meeting in a couple of weeks. That’s the organization that Bill Clinton was head of in the early ’90s — that was supposed to be the new, more moderate Democratic Party. The Democratic Party has gone left and it will hurt them in 2008.
WILLIAMS: What you described as left is now center. The majority of the American people, 70 percent, want us out of Iraq. In fact, if you asked Iraqis, 60 some percent of Iraqis say we’re doing more harm than good in Iraq. There’s a center here and I think what you’re saying is they’re playing somehow to the left.
In fact, what has happened is that people are frustrated and frustrated when you see this week that the administration has already started spin control on the upcoming September report. Now all of a sudden November is the new September. We’re supposed to wait until November to hear. When you say her vote is wrong, wait a second, you said this two years ago, you said this five years ago, you said it before 3600 people were dead. Oh, this is the wrong vote. When are we supposed to say enough is enough in terms of Iraq?